Associate of Applied Science: Energy Systems Wind Engineering Technology

(2 Years)

Applications for this program are not currently being accepted.


Graduates will be able to: (1) solve technical problems typical of those encountered in the energy systems wind engineering technology discipline by using critical thinking skills, current technology, and principles of mathematics and applied science; (2) work and communicate effectively in multidisciplinary teams in both industrial and academic settings; and (3) understand current professional issues and the need to pursue lifelong learning.

Students must register concurrently for the lab course associated with each theory course.

Required Courses:
ESET 0100Engineering Technology Orientation1
ESET 0121Basic Electricity and Electronics4
ESET 0121LBasic Electricity and Electronics Laboratory3
ESET 0122Electrical Systems and Motor Control Theory3
ESET 0122LElectrical Systems and Motor Control Theory Laboratory1
ESET 0123Mechanical Power Transmission2
ESET 0123LMechanical Power Transmission Laboratory1
ESET 0141Applied Mathematics I4
ESET 0142Applied Mathematics II4
ESET 0150Introduction to Wind Energy Systems2
ESET 0150LIntroduction to Wind Energy Systems Laboratory1
ESET 0212Electrical Systems Documentation and Standards1
ESET 0231Microcontrollers2
ESET 0231LMicrocontrollers Laboratory1
ESET 0232Electrical Machines3
ESET 0232LElectrical Machines Laboratory3
ESET 0233Electrical Power Systems3
ESET 0233LElectrical Power Systems Laboratory3
ESET 0240Pumps3
ESET 0240LPump Applications Laboratory3
ESET 0243Hydraulic and Pneumatic Power2
ESET 0243LHydraulic and Pneumatic Power Laboratory2
ESET 0247Wind Energy Control Systems2
ESET 0247LWind Energy Control Systems Laboratory1
TGE 0159Internship Strategies1
General Education courses 1
COMM 1101Fundamentals of Oral Communication 23
MATH 1153Statistical Reasoning 23-4
or MATH 1170 Calculus I
PHYS 1101
Elements of Physics
and Elements of Physics Laboratory 2
Additional General Education courses6
Total Credits72-73